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Hotchkiss & Schreuder "Medallion" Large Coin Pie Server
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Hotchkiss & Schreuder
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There are sufficient examples of Hotchkiss & Schreuder's single entry in the category of "Medallion" patterns still extent to indicate it was a successful pattern in its 1860s period, yet both the design and the company enjoy less prominence today than likely deserved.

This circumstance is often attributed to H&S' location in a secondary city, Syracuse, and orientation to an upstate New York and midwestern market at a time when the silver industry and consuming population was largely... Click for details

Coin Silver Twist Handle Engraved Berry Spoon
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Coin Silver Twist Handle Engraved Berry Spoon
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This 8 5/8" long, nearly 1.2 T. oz. berry spoon, marked only "Coin," with no maker's or retailer's identifier, is emblematic of mid 19th century American silver design.

It is both a sophisticated and stylish item. Slender in look, it has an elongated bowl, a twist stem, and arched, flat handle with a notched tip. The margin of this has delicate roulette engraving.

There is no monogram or removal.

The condition is mint estate. There is no observable wear; the only signs of use are... Click for details

Choice 1860s Hotchkiss & Schreuder Coin Berry Spoon
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Choice 1860s Hotchkiss & Schreuder Coin Berry Spoon
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The partnership of Hotchkiss & Schreuder, Syracuse, New York, is listed with working dates c. 1857-71. The style of this 8 3/4" long, 1.7 T. oz., coin silver berry spoon with an early "H&S" maker's mark, fully reflects the aesthetics of that period.

It is a high quality example in mint condition. The handle stem is twisted and leads to a sculpted-border, broad, flat, upturned end that is decorated with engine turning, bright cut engraving, and wriggle work, front and back sides. There is... Click for details

Coin Silver & Mother of Pearl Master Butter Knife
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20141005-03   Sold

Coin Silver & Mother of Pearl Master Butter Knife
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Offered is a fine American coin silver and mother of pearl master butter knife by little-known Philadelphia silversmith Samuel Hartley; his maker's mark is partially overstruck by an incised mark of F.H. See Hollan, page 91 for this exact mark, as the mark on this knife was used in the book. Although Hartley worked most of his career in Philadelphia from about 1818 into the 1860s, he spent a few years in Albany and New York City. This knife is a rare example of a solid mother of pearl handle... Click for details

J.P. Butler, Philadelphia, Coin Silver Preserve Spoon
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2232f   $45.00

J.P. Butler, Philadelphia, Coin Silver Preserve Spoon
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Often associated with the better known James Watts, partly because he was briefly in partnership with him, and partly because of the similarity of his horse head over chevron hallmark to Watts', James P. Butler of Philadelphia engaged in various enterprises, including in the 1860s and 70s, silverware manufacturing(source Catherine B. Hollan "Philadelphia Silversmiths").

This example is a 6 1/2" long, .9 T. oz., preserve or large sugar spoon. It is stamped with the Butler emblem, plus the... Click for details

SUGAR TONGS, A.G. Storm & Son, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1825
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Hampton Galleries  
7356   $75.00

SUGAR TONGS, A.G. Storm & Son, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1825
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Coin silver sugar tongs by A.G. Storm & Son, Poughkeepsie, New York (c. 1825), 6-½” long, fiddle pattern with long, thing arms and vertical oval nips, fancy feather script monogram “SCT” on the bend, marked on the inside of each arm “Storm & Son” (script) in shaped conforming punch.

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COFFEE POT, Luther Allen, Utica, NY ( c. 1820)
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Hampton Galleries  
7355   $1,500.00

COFFEE POT, Luther Allen, Utica, NY ( c. 1820)
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Beautiful coin silver coffee pot by Luther Allen of Utica, New York (c. 1820), 10-½” tall to top of finial, 9 ¼” tall to top of spout, 4-5/8” circular stepped foot under short pedestal leading to bulbous body with 1.2” band around neck, unusual serpent head S-shaped spout and S-shaped handle with ivory insulators and a serpent head terminal at top with acanthus leaf grip and a fabulous dolphin terminal at bottom, domed hinged cover with an eagle finial on incised acanthus leafs,... Click for details

FISH SLICE, Benjamin C. Frobisher, Boston, c. 1825-1830
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Hampton Galleries  
7354B   $285.00

FISH SLICE, Benjamin C. Frobisher, Boston, c. 1825-1830
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Coin silver fish slice by Benjamin C. Frobisher of Boston, Massachusetts (c. 1825-1830), 13” long, 7” asymmetrical blade with fine bright cut decoration around all edges and a bright cut cod fish in the center surrounded by oval and crescent piercings, raised bone or ivory carved handle, marked on back of blade “B. C. Frobisher” in rectangular punch (somewhat rubbed).

Applied Medallion Coin Silver Twist Handle Oyster Ladle
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2207f   $345.00

Applied Medallion Coin Silver Twist Handle Oyster Ladle
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"Medallion" silverware is characterized by its portraiture of classical figures and was popular in the 1860s. Virtually all makers offered one or more interpretations of this motif, the bulk of which were die cut patterns, while some were engraved, and some cast and applied, as is the case with this example.

It is a 10" long, just under 4.4 T. oz., probably oyster, ladle. Oyster ladles were slightly smaller than that soup, which could run to as much as 14" in length in the mid 19th... Click for details

Chandless, NYC, "French Thread" Coin Fish Slice
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2197f   $225.00

Chandless, NYC,
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This 11 5/8" long, weighty at 4.0 T. oz., coin silver fish slice dates c. 1840. It is marked "Chandless" for William Chandless, who is recorded as working on Spring Street in New York City as early as 1838.

The handle is a "French Thread" pattern with an up-turned end, and has an impressive period "CP" monogram on the front. The blade has a raised, scalloped upper edge and a pierced and engraved surface.

The engraving is especially artful, incorporating ivy and acanthus leaf detailing... Click for details

Watts Philadelphia Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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2190f   $110.00

Watts Philadelphia Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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Having a double Philadelphia provenance, this coin silver spoon is marked with James Watts' horse head emblem, and "George M. Bechtel" for the well-known retailer, 1850-60, and later in partnership with George Eno.

It is a substantially sized piece at 9" long and weighing just under 1.5 T. oz. Having a scalloped handle with an engraved surface, it reads as both characteristic for the period and for Philadelphia. The interesting and somewhat singularly styled bowl is melon form with central... Click for details

Early Durgin "Spray" Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
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2170f   $100.00

Early Durgin
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Erroneously attributed by Tere Hagen in her reference work on flatware identification to Reed & Barton, this floral pattern is an early line pattern that was produced by William Durgin. Hagen calls it "Spray" but there is no documentation to that effect. The design features a charming bouquet of flowers, leaves, and grasses tied in a bow.

Examples of this show up in both coin and sterling silver, and only occasionally with the Durgin name or mark. This is stamped "Sterling" and "Pat.... Click for details

15" ladle by Fletcher & Gardiner
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North Hill Antiques  
896   $750.00

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This piece was probably made in Philadelphia, c1815-20, after the dynamic duo had left Boston. It has a downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, an oversized drop on the bowl back, and a reverse rib on the back of the handle. Mono is MSA in a feathered script on front of the handle. An oval bowl is 4-14" at its widest point. The ladle is quite hefty -- over 6.5 T oz. Condition is minty.

Southern ladle by Charles Pryse, Washington, DC
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North Hill Antiques  
665   $750.00

Southern ladle by Charles Pryse, Washington, DC
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Oval-end fiddle handle, c1834 -- pointed shoulders, reverse tipt, large unusual circular drop on bowl back, ornate feathered script mono AWC on front; 13-1/2" long, 3-1/2" round bowl. Minty condition throughout.

Mid 19th Century Shell Bowl Coin Silver Spoons
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Mid 19th Century Shell Bowl Coin Silver Spoons
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Dating from the mid 19th century, these two coin silver spoons have New England origins. One is marked "W.J. Goodsell" with an eagle and star pseudo hallmark for the Hartford, Connecticut jeweler, and the other is stamped "Harwood Brothers" for the Boston firm. Both pieces have "Tipt" ends and shell bowls, but each is distinct in how these are presented.

The Harwood is the longer, at 6 11/16", and slightly heavier at .8 T. oz., compared to the Goodsell which measures 6 7/16" and weighs .6... Click for details

Albert Coles "Medallion" Coin Silver Berry Scoop
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2161f   $285.00

Albert Coles
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Sometimes misidentified as a cracker scoop, this berry spoon or shovel form was a popular American form in the mid 19th century.

This 9" long, nearly 2.7 T. oz., twist stem, example was produced by New York's Albert Coles. It was one of several designs in this genre that Coles offered.

It is die struck and portrays a raised classical warrior figure surrounded by detailing that has an architectural quality to it.

In his foundational work "Silver Medallion Flatware," D. Albert... Click for details

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